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Punching through the Existential Dread with the Power of Poetry, or, News for April at the Porcupine’s Quill

If I’m going to be homebound for the foreseeable future, I might as well be productive, and what better way to be productive during a pandemic than to self-isolate with a book or ten? I’m mildly surprised that I haven’t … Continue reading

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Seasonally-Induced Rise-and-Shininess from the Porcupette, or, News for October at the Porcupine’s Quill

I have been waking up in the most unbelievably good mood all week. This is bizarre given the fact that my normal wake-up routine involves jolting awake to my alarm, clumsily making my bed—in the dark, mind you—as an early-morning … Continue reading

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